The most common accommodations are:
- Extended test time
- Quiet testing environment
- Permission to audio record class lectures
- Copies of slides, posted lecture notes, and handouts in electronic format (may be posted to Canvas or emailed to student)
- Provide seating arrangements
All accommodations are determined based upon appropriate documentation and student interview. The above list is not exhaustive; further and/or specific accommodations may apply depending on a) the diagnosis and b) the severity of the diagnosis.
Accommodations may also apply for temporary situations, i.e. a broken limb, one-time surgery, or temporary medical treatment. It is expected that the student communicate with professor(s) in all situations, chronic or temporary, to arrange provision of accommodations.